Corrigendum to "On Soft Topological Space via Semi-open and Semi-closed Soft Sets, Kyungpook Mathematical Journal, 54(2014), 221-236"

  • Al-shami, Tareq Mohammed (Department of Mathematics, Sana'a University)
  • Received : 2017.11.21
  • Accepted : 2018.06.26
  • Published : 2018.09.23


In this manuscript, we show that the equality relations of the two assertions (ix) and (x) of [Theorem 2.11, p.p.224] in [3] do not hold in general, by giving a concrete example. Also, we illustrate that Example 6.3, Example 6.7, Example 6.11, Example 6.15 and Example 6.20 do not satisfy a soft semi $T_0$-space, a soft semi $T_1$-space, a soft semi $T_2$-space, a soft semi $T_3$-space and a soft semi $T_4$-space, respectively. Moreover, we point out that the three results obtained in [3] which related to soft subspaces are false, by presenting two examples. Finally, we construct an example to illuminate that Theorem 6.18 and Remark 6.21 made in [3] are not valid in general.


soft semi-open set;soft subspaces;soft semi-separation axioms


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